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Taika Waititi Reportedly Caught Sh*t From Marvel for 'Threesome' Pics

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 31, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 31, 2021 |


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When the pics of Taika Waititi, Rita Ora, and Tessa Thompson looking like they got their threesome on damn near broke the internet, folks predicted that the notoriously family-friend Marvel wouldn’t be happy. — It wasn’t. (The Independent)

Bennifer 2.0 did not spend Memorial Day together. (Lainey Gossip)

Julianne Hough’s niece claims that her aunt told her that Leonardo DiCaprio sucks at sex, and damn, that’s some good gossip. I was trying to keep it light on account of the holiday, but I guess we’re going straight for the hard stuff. (Dlisted)

Miles Teller’s very punchable face actually did get punched in Hawaii, but there are conflicting reports over whether it was from an unpaid wedding planner or two dudes who apparently do bathroom muggings. (Celebitchy)

Naomi Osaka pulls out of the French Open after protecting her mental health by refusing to do press conferences. (The Root)

Amazon devices will soon automatically share your Internet with neighbors unless you opt-out of this insanity. (Ars Technica)

Roxana wrote about the pro-choice road-trip movie and how Plan B and Unpregnant add a rowdy edge to the subgenre created by Little Woods and Never Rarely Sometimes Always. (Decider)

And also from Roxana: Well, that’s a serious bit of forethought.

From Genevieve: A primer on Dustin’s favorite food: Canned bread. (Atlas Obscura)

And Genevieve again: In case you thought the NFL hadn’t done anything horrifying lately. (Newsweek)

Veep star Sam Richardson wants to be the MCU’s Beast, and that should definitely happen unless he has some threesomes lined up. They don’t like that. (Variety)

Msvreadsbooks loves all things gothic, and Mexican Gothic, complete with dreary English manor set in 1950’s Mexico, was entirely her jam. "It’s a house out of place and time in a story that should be out of place and time, but somehow, it all works great together." Have you read any of Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s books? (Cannonball Read 13)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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